Red Bulls' Juan Agudelo To Have Left Knee SurgeryNew York Red Bulls forward Juan Agudelo was to have knee surgery Monday, with a recovery period of up to six weeks.
Hartnett: Everything Finally Falling Into Place For Momentous Red BullsThe Red Bulls finally snapped a winless drought Saturday against FC Dallas and will be looking to continue their momentum tonight when they face Real Salt Lake at Red Bull Arena. With key players returning to their lineup, New York is ready to lock down a playoff place.
Red Bulls Earn Draw After Controversial Red CardJuan Agudelo's goal helped the Red Bulls earn a draw against the Vancouver White Caps after New York were reduced to ten men after Jan Gunnar Solli was sent off.
Red Bulls' Agudelo Selected As MLS All-StarThe commissioner of Major League Soccer has selected New York Red Bulls forward Juan Agudelo and Sporting Kansas City striker Omar Bravo for the All-Star squad
Hartnett: Joel Lindpere, Red Bulls’ Engine On And Off The Pitch Demands Accountability From TeammatesNew York Red Bulls' midfielder has been a force for the club on the field and in the locker room since his arrival in January 2010. He's providing true leadership by not letting complacency seep into his own game or that of his teammates.
Hartnett: It's Bouna Time! Hans Backe Must Call On Coundoul To Solve Red Bulls' Goalkeeping CrisisHans Backe has kept faith in starting keeper Greg Sutton but his erratic play has likely forced the return of Bouna Coundoul to the Red Bulls' net. Would this be a wise move or should Backe continue with Sutton until a long-term replacement can be found?
Red Bulls Will Not Throw Money At ProblemsForward Thierry Henry said Thursday that an offseason of rest will help him and the New York Red Bulls reach their goal of an MLS Cup next year a lot more than spending more money on international stars.